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Decoder Ring Theatre presents new stories and characters inspired by the classic broadcasts of the Golden Age of Radio. The crimebusting exploits of The Red Panda - Canada's Greatest Superhero! The mystery of that hardest-boiled of detectives, Black Jack Justice... all this and more in full-length, full-cast recordings.
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The Complete Audiobook in one file, for those who like it that way. “I KNOW WHAT YOU DID” The writer of the mysterious letter could have been talking about any number of misdeeds, some large, some small, some frankly unsuitable for print. When it comes to deeply unqualified guardians of the moral high ground, it would be tough to find many that equaled Black Jack Justice and his erstwhile partner, Trixie Dixon, girl detective. But they will learn the hard way just how serious the sender was, and that in the end, only Dead Men Run.  
His and hers hard-boiled detectives return to Decoder Ring Theatre in this audiobook adaptation of their second book-length adventure!  This week, chapter 30, in which journeys end at lovers meeting, except not really. At all. Read by Gregg Taylor
His and hers hard-boiled detectives return to Decoder Ring Theatre in this audiobook adaptation of their second book-length adventure!  This week, chapter 29, In which just desserts are served, and also drinks. Read by Andrea Lyons
His and hers hard-boiled detectives return to Decoder Ring Theatre in this audiobook adaptation of their second book-length adventure!  This week, chapter 28, In which the end seems to be approaching rather faster than expected. Read by Gregg Taylor
His and hers hard-boiled detectives return to Decoder Ring Theatre in this audiobook adaptation of their second book-length adventure!  This week, chapter 27 In which the whole truth and nothing but the truth is scrupulously avoided. Read by Andrea Lyons.
His and hers hard-boiled detectives return to Decoder Ring Theatre in this audiobook adaptation of their second book-length adventure!  This week, chapter 26 In which social calls are paid and the most interesting people are met. Read by Gregg Taylor
His and hers hard-boiled detectives return to Decoder Ring Theatre in this audiobook adaptation of their second book-length adventure!  This week, chapter 25. In which the most important meal of the day is discussed. Read by Andrea Lyons
His and hers hard-boiled detectives return to Decoder Ring Theatre in this audiobook adaptation of their second book-length adventure!  This week, chapter 24, in which heroes are found in the darndest places. Read by Gregg Taylor
His and hers hard-boiled detectives return to Decoder Ring Theatre in this audiobook adaptation of their second book-length adventure!  This week, chapter 23, in which false idols are worshiped. Read by Andrea Lyons
His and hers hard-boiled detectives return to Decoder Ring Theatre in this audiobook adaptation of their second book-length adventure!  This week, chapter 22, in which dinner is served. Read by Gregg Taylor
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Ken Riley

love this show!!!!

Feb 27th
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Ken Riley

love this show!!!!

Jan 7th
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colt mclay

Absolutely amazing, just what I needed. Very fresh yet nestalgic!

Nov 21st
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Tim Burke

it would be nice to see a few more complete stories, you've put a few full stories together at the end, but I also like them in little pulps too. I get lost in the stories at night like far better productions of old time radio. More please, may I have anothet

Sep 19th
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iTunes User

Decoder Ring Theatre gets so many things right. I'm kicking myself for not subscribing sooner. PRODUCTION VALUES -- DRT has a great minimalist sound to it. While many audio drama podcasts use a lot of sound effects, DRT only uses what a bit to really get the point across. It leaves more for the listener's imagination. Also, the music is great to provide the proper 1940's mis en scene. PLOTTING -- The stories are tight, with strong characterizations. The themes are good, cliched fun. I especially like the underlying story of the relationship between the Red Panda and the Flying Squirrel. They also do their fact checking, especially for the Egyptian mythology in the first episode. A big plus in my book. HUMOR -- I find myself grinning my way through each episode. The parodying of The Shadow, The Green Hornet, and Batman is a great concept. If you can love something to laugh at it, that's always a good thing. Subcribe, subscribe away!

Aug 30th
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iTunes User

I've listened to many podcasts, and I can't say I've enjoyed any better than Decoder Ring Theater. I'm too young to have enjoyed the radio dramas of yesteryear, but that doesn't keep me from loving these shows. Both of their programs are quality material. The Red Panda is a fun mix of snappy dialogue and high-flying adventure. Black Jack Justice is a perfect example of the classic detective show, full of mystery and noir goodness. Clean as a whistle and clever to boot, these shows are great entertainment for young and old alike.

Aug 30th
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iTunes User

If you have any interest in old time radio drama or if you don't, Decoder Ring Theater is your address to adventure. This group offers a range of dramatic to comedic shows framed around two sets of characters. The Red Panda Adventures treats the listener to adventure stories of the masked title character and moxie-packing sidekick Kit Baxter a.k.a. The Flying Squrriel. These stories are in the tradition of all masked heros. Black Jack Justice is the cases of the hard-boiled detective Black Jack Justice and his partner Trixy Dixson. Both series are true to form and produced with the highest production values I have ever heard from a full cast audio-play. While most people enjoy both shows one or the other will entertain anyone you know. If you are looking for a truly addictive podcast, this is the podcast for you.

Aug 30th
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